The next monthly meeting of the Malvern Historical Society, Inc. will be Thursday, November 3, 2016 at 7 p.m. at the society’s building located at 108 East Porter Street. All are welcomed to attend.
Author: Jason Lombardi
A native of Malvern, Jason's love of history developed at an early age. He became self-appointed caretaker of the Hardesty Cemetery in Malvern at the age of approximately ten-years-old. While researching those interred at the burial ground, Jason made connections with numerous Malvern residents who experienced its history, building a foundational knowledge of historical events and data associated with the village. He served as historian of the Malvern United Methodist Church for a number of years which further perpetuated research of the area. While scouring the community for historical information, Jason connected with Malvern native Mrs. Frances L. (Thomas) Montella. Their joint efforts and common desire to preserve Malvern's past led to the formation of the Malvern Historical Society, Inc. in 1994.
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Great job Stu on the Societies new website. Thank You!!!!
Have enjoyed taking a look at your website and that of the Village of Malvern which is very nicely done. Am a long time member of the Carroll County Historical Society and just received their notice about the annual meeting at Algonquin Mill (I used to have a cottage on Atwood Lake). It reminded me that there once was a poet who I think was of English nationality and who lived for years on a farm near Malvern. Grace Goulder may have written an article about him in her series, “Ohio Scenes and Citizens” in the Cleveland Plain Dealer. Can anyone there give me his name and something about his work. Is anything of his in print? I am at Western Reserve Academy in Hudson. Thanks.
Thank you for visiting our website and the compliment. I am unfamiliar with the poet mentioned in your query but will feature this request on our Facebook page which can be found by visiting this link https://www.facebook.com/MalvernHistoricalSociety/. I am thinking some of our dedicated followers may be able to answer your question. My very best.
One of our viewers has provided this information related to your request; I hope it satisfies your inquiry. Have a great weekend.
Poet Ralph Hodgson, 1871-1962.
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